Pubic Folder Rights modification in Exchange 2000

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Exchange user settings
Microsoft Exchange 2000
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I am having a problem in exchange 2000 server. How I can restrict some of the users in my domain to post message in public folder. I have domain admin rights.

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You will need exchange administrator rights. You can then modify permissions in outlook on the property page of the public folders. You can also modify them using PFDAVAdmin; download version 2.8 and install it on your pc, not the exchange server. Without exchange admin rights you will not be able to modify any permissions on any folder you are not the owner of already.

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  • Patelmanojk
    I have logged in as test@test.com on outlook. test user is the member of domain admin group and enterprise admin group. I have modified public folder rights and setin read only permission for all other users but all users are still able to post message on public folder. Kindy suggest where is the problem? Thanks Manoj Patel
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  • Technochic
    What permission level is "default" set to? Tha is what anyone in the organization will have. Make sure the pern=mission level of "default" is NONE.
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  • Technochic
    Also make sure the "default" has the "folder visible" box unchecked. Then just give permissions to only those you want to be able to post. If they can't see it, they can't post to it.
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